Past IPO

Explore the complete List of recently listed IPOs, along with the listing gain percentage.


Listed On

12 Apr'24

Issue Price

570

Listed at

755

Premium

32.46%


Listed On

03 Apr'24

Issue Price

210

Listed at

215

Premium

2.50%


Listed On

21 Mar'24

Issue Price

715

Listed at

785

Premium

9.79%


Listed On

19 Mar'24

Issue Price

295

Listed at

289.2

Discount

-1.97%


Listed On

14 Mar'24

Issue Price

401

Listed at

351

Discount

-12.47%


Listed On

13 Mar'24

Issue Price

221

Listed at

209

Discount

-5.43%


Listed On

12 Mar'24

Issue Price

100

Listed at

101

Premium

1.10%


Listed On

07 Mar'24

Issue Price

28

Listed at

40

Premium

42.86%


Listed On

05 Mar'24

Issue Price

142

Listed at

265

Premium

86.62%


Listed On

05 Mar'24

Issue Price

171

Listed at

228

Premium

31.58%

Recently listed IPOs are those that have been listed on stock exchanges like BSE and/or NSE. Before an IPO is listed, it goes through several stages. After the bidding period has ended and shares have been allocated to successful investors, the IPO is listed. IPOs can be listed at a premium (higher than the issue price) or at a discount (lower than the issue price).

In the stock market, IPO listing refers to the process of making a company's shares available for trading. As soon as a recent IPO in India is listed, traders and investors will be able to purchase or sell shares. Also, when an IPO is listed, investors have the opportunity to make a profit or book losses.

The price discovery session or 'Call auction' is conducted on the listing day of a recent IPO in India. Usually, this session lasts for an hour before regular trading begins. When regular trading starts on the first day of the recent IPO listings, the weighted average price in that session will serve as the basis for the circuit filter.

The SEBI guidelines do not set limits for price discovery during price discovery sessions. However, the exchanges apply a 75% operating range during the price discovery session. This prevents a few random bids from tampering with the process. BSE and NSE officials decide to relax the ceiling if there is heavy demand at the upper end of the 75% operating range. If demand is not as high, the 75 percent ceiling remains.

Kotak Securities offers an extensive list of recently listed, ongoing, upcoming, and closed IPOs. On the Current IPO page, you will discover detailed information and the subscription status of IPOs currently open for subscription. If you're interested in upcoming IPO and wish to access their Draft Red Herring Prospectuses (DRHPs), simply visit the Upcoming IPO page. Additionally, the Closed IPO page provides you with accurate insights into IPOs that have ceased accepting subscriptions.

FAQ on Recently Listed IPO

For information about recent IPO listed, it is best to visit a stock exchange website, an IPO tracking website, a brokerage firm, or an investment firm. By checking the company profile, price band, issue size, lot size, and minimum investment amount, you can invest directly.

Yes. On the listing date, all investors with a Demat and trading account can purchase shares. Every day, the market opens at 9 AM, but the IPO listing process begins at 10 AM. Usually, the first few minutes are very volatile. So, if you plan to invest, it is best to wait for a while.

Indian stock exchange websites, financial news platforms, and specialized IPO tracking websites provide a quick historical IPO performance.

Yes, you can see the IPO on listing day. The day an IPO is officially listed, shares become available for trading on the stock exchange.

The shares issued for the first time are referred to as new shares in IPO.

Buying a new IPO may be good if you invest in the right company. The performance of the stock after the IPO determines if the investment is good or not. So, it is always advisable to thoroughly assess a company’s business model and key fundamental metrics.

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